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Chapter 27. Course summary > KAZ­­­® (Keyboarding A to Z)

KAZ­­­® (Keyboarding A to Z)

Unit 1

In this unit, you learned about the KAZ method for learning how to type. You learned what makes KAZ different from older, more traditional methods. Then, you learned the correct posture to take when sitting at the keyboard, and the eight keys that make up home row. You also learned that the F and J keys have raised dots or ridges on them that provide tactile feedback that your fingers are on the correct keys.

Unit 2

You learned how to touch-type the I, E, F, M, K, J, V, and D keys. You practiced these keys by using the KAZ key phrase if mike jived. Then, you learned how to touch-type the Enter key and Spacebar. Next, you learned how to touch-type the R, U, N, and C keys. You practiced these keys by using the KAZ key phrase rude dunce. Then, you learned how to touch-type the S, L, A, P, O, and W keys. You practiced these keys by using the KAZ key phrase slap now. You also learned how to touch-type the B, G, Y, H, and T keys. You practiced these keys by using the KAZ key phrase baggy hat. Finally, you learned how to touch-type the X, Q, and Z keys. You practiced these keys by using the KAZ key phrase extra quiz.


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